Windows Mobile 7.5 Application Review

Is there any way to get a small Windows Mobile 7.1 (Mango) application reviewed to check for any obvious errors.  I have been working on a fairly simple application which allows photographs to be taken and uploaded to a central server but have hit loads of problems (most of which were answered on this forum) and although it mostly seems to work now I would appreciate any advice that I could get on the structure and functionality of the application before I venture on to anything more complex.

As an independent developer I find that this is the most difficult aspect - being self taught cam mean propagating basic errors through-out code as no-one can tell you that it is wrong!.
ChrisMDrewAsked:
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ChrisMDrewAuthor Commented:
Well sort of - I have run the application through these tests but really all they tell me is whether or not the application satisfies some Microsoft criteria - not whether it is actually coded correctly or the 'best' way.  What I am after is someone independent to take a look at the code and just give me some pointers on how I have structured and coded the application with the benefit of experience.
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Mikal613Commented:
So you want a code review or a peer test?
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ChrisMDrewAuthor Commented:
code review I guess.  Nothing too exhaustive just comments.  There are only a few screens in the application.
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Mikal613Commented:
If you dont mind posting your code, I am sure people will take a stab at it.
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ChrisMDrewAuthor Commented:
I have uploaded my project - hopefully there's nothing sensitive in it - it won't run past the login screen as it needs to connect to a back-end server.  My main problems seem to centere around the events firing in the BackgroundTransferer.cs file...

Any comments are welcome (honest!)  either here or by email.

      
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Mikal613Commented:

1) You may want to use this as an extra check when you connect to your server:

   http://www.codebadger.com/blog/post/2010/11/16/WP7-Development-Tip-of-the-Day-Checking-for-an-internet-connection.aspx

2) bnLogin.IsEnabled = (tbUsername.Text.Trim() != "");

3) It seems there are alot of hard codings for the properties you created. A practice that I liked doing was setting up a static class with all the properties in consts in case I needed to change it app-wide or share the properties with m,ultiple projects
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